Best-Sellers for Dec. 2

Fiction

1. The Last Man: A Novel. Vince Flynn

2. Merry Christmas, Alex Cross. James Patterson

3. The Racketeer. John Grisham

4. Poseidon’s Arrow. Clive Cussler

5. Flight Behavior. Barbara Kingsolver

6. The Casual Vacancy. J.K. Rowling

7. Gone Girl. Gillian Flynn

8. Sweet Tooth: A Novel. Ian McEwan

9. The Panther. Nelson DeMille

10. The Sins of the Mother. Danielle Steel

11. Cross Roads. Wm. Paul Young

12. Winter of the World. Ken Follett

13. The Bone Bed. Patricia Cornwell

14. A Winter Dream. Richard Paul Evans

Nonfiction

1. Killing Kennedy. Bill O’Reilly

2. Barefoot Contessa Foolproof: Recipes You Can Trust. Ina Garten

3. Thomas Jefferson: The Art of Power. Jon Meachum

4. Guinness World Records 2013. Guinness World Records

5. No Easy Day. Mark Owen

6. How to Create a Mind: The Secret of Human Thought Revealed. Ray Kurzwell

7. My Year in Meals. Rachel Ray

8. Help, Thanks, Wow: The Three Essential Prayers. Anne Lamott

9. I Declare: 31 Promises to Speak. Joel Osteen

10. The Signal and the Noise. Nate Silver

11. The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook. Deb Perelman

12. The Last Lion. William Manchester

13. The Joy of Hate: How to Triumph over Whiners in the Age of Phony Outrage. Greg Gutfeld

14. Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Geoff Tibballs

Mass Market Paperbacks

1. Jack Reacher: One Shot: A Novel. Lee Child

2. Hotel Vendome. Danielle Steel

3. V Is for Vengeance. Sue Grafton

4. Devil’s Gate. Clive Cussler

5. Down the Darkest Road. Tami Hoag

6. 1225 Christmas Tree Lane. Debbie Macomber

7. The Drop. Michael Connelly

8. My Kind of Christmas. Robyn Carr

9. A Winter Wonderland. Fern Michaels

10. A Lawman’s Christmas. Linda Lael Miller

11. Robert Ludlum’s The Janson Command. Paul Garrison

12. First Impressions. Nora Roberts

13. The Litigators. John Grisham

14. The Prince of Ravenscar. Catherine Coulter

From The Associated Press. e_SCrt2012 The Nielsen Company.